Cooperative Program Top Givers

The following churches were recognized at the annual SBTC CP Luncheon for their gifts to Southern Baptist missions through the Cooperative Program:

Top 10 CP Givers

First Baptist, Euless, John Meador, pastor, $790,952.93; Houston’s First Baptist Church, Gregg Matte, pastor, $482,467.56; First Baptist Church, Rockwall , Stephen Swofford, pastor, $451,047.30; Prestonwood Baptist Church, Jack Graham, pastor, $399,986; First Baptist, Dallas, Robert Jeffress, pastor, $345,399.75; Sagemont Church, John Morgan, pastor, $345,349.56; Great Hills Baptist Church (without pastor), $335,107.37; Humble Area’s First Baptist (without pastor) $306,981.90; Spring Baptist Church, Mark Estep, pastor, $293,221.56; West Conroe Baptist Church, James Gross, pastor, $269,676.83.

Top Per Capita Givers

1-100: First Baptist, Clayton, Kenneth Stone, pastor, $468.32; 101-250: First Baptist, Snyder (without pastor) $402.11; 251-500: Hillcrest Baptist Church, Jasper, John Nugent, pastor, $299.33; 501-750: First Baptist, Pampa, Johnny Funderburg, $299.83; 751-1000: First Baptist, Katy, Randy White, pastor, $250.98; 1001-1500: Friendly Baptist, Tyler, Dale Perry, pastor, $237.84; 1501-2500: First Baptist, Euless, John Meador, pastor, $335.72; 2501-Up: First Baptist, Dallas, Robert Jeffress, pastor, $135.13.

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